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    September 25, 2012
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from northwestern university is missing. campus police and the student's family are trying to figure out where he could be. good afternoon i'm dina bair. and i'm tonya francisco, in for steve sanders. wgn's marcella raymond is live in evanston with more on our top story. students friends and parents are passing out fliers of the missing sophomore hoping someone has seen him and 19 year-old was
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last seen at an off-campus party saturday morning he was recently diagnosed with diabetes today his family came to evanston to the campus police department to speak with detectives about the investigation they flew here from long island last night they are distraught they are frantic about their son's whereabouts it was his friends to realized he was missing and they called police. >>we have mobilized on facebook once the article came out we have bannedthe and the university to make more announcements and we hope to take more action throughout the campus he is of indian descent 5 ft. 8 in. tall ... 140 lbs. he was wearing all gray with brown shoes ... a friend saw him and
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had dinner with him before hand he said he was fine not appearing to be anything wrong ... there's no reason to suspect any foul play but there is not much evidence at all for the disappearance northwestern university police have called in the fbi there are two evanston detectives working the case right now and there is a statewide police alert out there for him if you have any information about this northwestern university medical students are asked to contact police police say it appears a suburban teenager was targeted in a deadly drive-by shooting. 18-year old joshua holmes was shot about 6-30 last night in an unincorporated area south of willowbrook. witnesses saw the passenger of a white vehicle pulled out a gun and shot holmes several times. where he was pronounced dead. anyone with information is asked to call the dupage county sheriff's office. two people were killed and two others wounded in a drive-by
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shooting in the west pullman neighborhood. it happened at 120th and eggleston around 2:35 this morning. police think the gunfire came from inside a dark-colored chrysler. 25 year-old quiltavia patterson died at the scene. 38 year-old jermaine carter died at the hospital. patterson had a college degree, had three year-old twins and dreamed of being a rap star. carter was building a tattoo business. >>i was trying to call her ... and he was such a nice guy he would give you the shirt off his back ... a 22year-old woman and a 30year- old man were also shot are in serious condition. police are still searching for the shooter. child welfare authorities are
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investigating the death of an 8 month-old boy at his home on the south side. police were called to the home near 63rd and king drive yesterday afternoon. jayshaun strong's body was found in the bathtub and taken to comer children's hospital where he was pronounced dead. dcfs responded in june to allegations of child abuse against jayshaun's father. another child in the home was sent to live with relatives. an autopsy will be preformed today. 30 years after the tylenol killings no one has ever been charged with the crime. now, the sun-times reports a grand jury may be formed to consider evidence in the case. investigators say james lewis remains the prime suspect. he has never been charged with the cyanide poisonings... but spent 13-years in prison for trying to blackmail johnson and johnson company. several potential witnesses have refused to speak to investigators. they could be compelled to testify by a grand jury. in 1982... tylenol killings caused a nationwide scare... and prompted new packaging guidelines for medicine and food. seven chicago area residents died. the owner of an animal shelter will be sentenced today for
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cruelty and neglect. dawn hamill had more than 100 animals at the shelter near tinley park. several of the pets were dead, and others lived in terrible filth. hamill said she was overwhelmed when an employee brought twenty animals to the shelter without her permission. she was found guilty of the charges back in september. george ryan will not get out of
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prison early a federal appeals court has rejected the former governor's request for a complete rehearing of his case he is serving six and half years for using his influence to funnel state money to a longtime friend his lawyers argued prosecutors never proved that gov. ryan took any bribes the wanted the full appeals court to hear his appeal he is currently scheduled to leave an indiana prison in february he will serve the final five months of his sentence at a chicago halfway house a third person has died in dupage county as a result of contracting was nile virus county health officials say there are now 25 human cases of less 9 dupage county statewide there have now been 125 reported cases of that disease with four dead ... o'hare airport is hosting a special kind of drive through today flu shots are being given away to keep drivers and passengers safe this flu season nancy loo joins us live with the story many cabdriver's go without
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getting flu shots in spite of their exposure to the general public on a daily basis many of these drivers are getting vaccinated for the first time today >>the majority of these drivers do not have health care ... it's hard to stay healthy throughout the course of the winter but they must stay productive and pull in their revenue ... >>by protecting our cab drivers who should essentially be protecting the city as well the city health department has made 2000 flu shots available for free distribution they plan a similar event next tuesday for taxi and limousine drivers at midway airport musicians went on strike last week forcing the c s zero to cancel the last saturday show management proposed raising health insurance costs by 7
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percent in the new contract both sides reached a tentative three- year deal yesterday and that orchestra ratified the contract when it returned to work today for rehearsals all of this week's concerts will go on as scheduled ... the united states and european ryder cup teams are holding their first practice rounds today at the medinah country club in the meantime the first- ever captains and celebrity scramble will also take place today the captains of previous ryder cup teams celebrities and sports legends will play 10 holes on course #3 the actor bill murray justin timberlake michael phelps and george lopez will participate ernie banks richard dent stan mikita and scottie pippen will also play the 39th annual ryder cup tournament begins friday we will be right back
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nations that the u-s will do whatever must be done to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. the president addressed the u.n. general assembly this morning on the opening day of its debate session. he told the delegates a nuclear- armed iran is a challenge that cannot be contained.. and he says the consequences would be huge. the president also spoke about the recent wave of violence targeting the united states.. including the deadly attack in libya that killed u.s. ambassador christopher stevens and three others. president obama said the attacks are not simply an assault on america.. but also an assault on the ideals upon which
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the united nations was founded. republican presidential candidate mitt romney says the u.s. could ease unrest overseas by ending handouts, and linking foreign aid to free enterprise. romney says he and others are troubled by recent events in the middle east and elsewhere. romney spoke this morning at the annual clinton global initiative meeting in new york. president obama will also address the gathering today. >>we somehow feel that we're at the mercy of events rather than shipping events ... a new poll shows 40% of voters are not satisfied with the choices in this year's presidential election. the poll was conducted by the pew research center and the washington post. it was done after the deadly attacks on the u.s. consulate in libya... and hidden camera video surfaced of republican mitt romney. the survey finds democrats are
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more satisfied with obama than republicans are with romney. only 45% of independent voters are satisfied with either of the candidates. it's national voter registration day.. and local officials are getting out the word that you still have time to sign up before the november general election. voter registration is at an all time low in the chicago area. with that in mind.. cook county officials are beginning a registration effort in all of the suburban courthouses. and chicago voters will be able to use smartphones tablet devices, and other printer-less computers to launch the voter registration process. the voter registration deadline in illinois is october 9th. check out wgntv.com/weblinks for more information. he may or may not have been joking.. but a lot of people were laughing over a comment mitt romney made this weekend at a fundraiser in beverly hills. romney was explaining that his wife, ann, was aboard a plane that had to make an emergency landing after the cabin filled with smoke.
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>>when you have a fire in an aircraft there is no place to go exactly ... you cannot find oxygen from outside the aircraft ... the windows don't open i don't know why they do that it's a real problem and it's very dangerous ... his line about opening airplane windows drew numerous responses on twitter.. including one that suggested romney would turn air force one into the world's first 'convertible airplane'. genius may come from a new i- pad app.the app lets you download detailed images of einstein's brain... for just $9.99. a medical museum under development in chicago scanned and digitized nearly 350 slides. they were made from slices of einstein's brain after his death in 1955. researchers hope someone may discover the secret behind the eccentric nobel prize winner's brain. just ahead: why pork prices are expected to rise.
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and, still to come this midday: apple's newest iphone map software is getting the thumbs down from consumer reviews. and later in lunchbreak: we're making a tasty dish popular in the south... a low- country boil!
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more americans have private health insurance in 2011 compared with one year earlier even though the unemployment rate remained the same ... the biggest gain was among people aged 19-25 because of the new rule change allowing older children to stay on the plans of their parents until the age of
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26 ... pork prices are on the rise ... expect to pay 3 percent more this year and more next year pork supplies will drop next year to the lowest in more than a quarter century you can blame the drought ... fish the costs of feed our sending less takes to slaughter and shortages in supply ... facebook shares had a recent good run and the stock is heading back down more information is creeping in about how the company might lose advertising sales for mobile devices ... dropped to $20 but it may go to $15 or lower according to analysts ... the new mapping software for the apple i-phone is drawing criticism ... it is expected
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that the company will correct omissions from the recent release ... 45,000 seasonal workers will be getting hired as more pop-up retail stores are getting opened ... stocks are lower after a a higher start to the morning ... signs of an economic rebound are now showing up in the housing market. the s&p chase-shiller national home price index is up for the third month in a row .... to the same level as nine years ago. nationally ... the typical home price rose 1.6% in july over june. chicago's home prices jumped 2.7% in that time. real estate analysts say part of the upturn is due to investors using the low mortgage rates to buy up homes that are in foreclosure and turning them into rentals. the ongoing dispute between american airlines and its pilots union is causing hundreds of
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flight delays and cancellations. more than 100 flights were canceled monday according to flightstats.com.. bringing the total number of cancellations to 570 since the contract dispute began more than a week ago. less than half of the airline's flights have been on time since september 16th. american won the right to throw out the existing pilots' contract in bankruptcy court... requiring pilots to fly more hours and potentially eliminating their retirement plans. owners of samsung galaxy phones should be cautious of opening web links... or they may have their phones wiped. a security communications researcher demonstrated the handsets' weaknesses at a conference last week. he says the galaxy uses "unstructured supplementary service data" leaving it vulnerable to malicious code embedded in a web page. the code can be used to initiate a reset of the device. simply browsing the web won't cause the reset, but opening a link from an unknown source may. users can minimize their vulnerability by switching off the "service loading" feature.
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self-driving cars could soon be on the roads in california. governor jerry brown is expected to sign a bill today making google's driverless car street legal. a bill to allow companies to test the computer-controlled cars on california highways passed overwhelmingly in the state legislature. but the dmv still has to draft rules for public testing. the cars use a combination of video cameras, radar, and lasers to drive in traffic. google says it's driven them over 300 thousand miles in self-driving mode without an accident so far. next: the supreme court may announce as early as today whether it will take up the controversial issue of same-sex marriage. they're already divided -- now a war of words is forcing drew peterson's defense team to become even more fractured. and - some consider him the greatest musician you've never heard of.... at 70 years old sixto rodriguez is finally discovered after so many decades.
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the defense team working on drew another member. attorney darryl goldberg has resigned. lead attorney joel brodsy is playing down the team's latest loss... but did write a facebook post about "fighters and quitters." this is the second member of the team to leave. steve greenberg... who openly criticized brodsky during the trial... was fired right after the guilty verdict. there are still four lawyers working on peterson's appeal. he is set to be sentenced on november 26th... but attorneys have until october 12th file a motion requesting to delay the sentencing. peterson faces up to 60-years in prison for murdering his third wife, kathleen savio. he remains the prime suspect in the 2007 disappearnace of his four wife, stacy. the supreme court could announce today whether it will take two same-sex marriage and gay rights cases in its next session. one case involves a new york woman who sued... saying federal law unfairly treats same-sex couples who are lawfully married in their own states. she says she had to pay federal taxes on her wife's estate after she died. at the time, new york didn't recognize their out-of-state marriage. a case in california centers on the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. if the cases are taken, a ruling wouldn't happen until next year. the u.s. army corps of engineers is not liable for billions of dollars of hurricane katrina flood damage. specifically, in the lower 9th
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ward and saint bernard parish. that's what a federal appeals court decided, reversing a decision it made back in march. the appeals court now says the army corps of engineers is immune from damages. it cited a provision that protects a federal agency from lawsuits when it makes a discretionary call. the u.s. postal service's financial situation is looking even grimmer. by sunday, it is required by law to pay the federal government 5.6 billion dollars to fund health care benefits for retirees. but, it doesn't have the money. it will be the second straight time it has defaulted on a payment. for now, the cash shortage won't affect your mail, and the postal services say employees and suppliers will still get paid. he's an american success story who owes that success to fans halfway around the world. as wgn's judie garcia tells us.. sixto rodriguez is gaining some attention stateside now.. thanks to a new documentary.
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the city of detroit huge portions abandoned and decaying and decrepit and gritty but at its heart to industries that have killed people speeding cars and musickept its pulse beating: cars and music ... one man who calls the city home worked to restore some of the structure ... we have the infrastructure and we will leave it for the plumbers and the electricians ... i'll always play music ...
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this 7 year-old recorded his first album in detroit in 1969 ... motown was a haven ... the music of rodriquez never sold in the united states so he kept plugging away and manual labor blue-collar to the bone >>he is a human metaphor for detroit boldfacing setbacks but harley defeated both exhibiting resolved and resilience and determination believing in better days ahead ... while working and raising a family rodriquez took 10 years to earn a 4 year college degree >>how can one improve one's
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station in life ... >>but before attending wayne state univ. his lyrics were intelligent creative and reflective of reality in that city ... he hoped to be part of detroit's resurrection >>i ran for mayor several times and state council as well and for michigan state rep ... >>he carved a living at of back breaking work ... his south africans friends knew his music better than that of the rolling stones are elvis presley ... his music survived in spite of rumors that he did not ... fading portions of the city were crumbling harsh economic
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realities took its toll on detroit and its people but native sons were believed to have their best days behind them while across an ocean and lifeline rodriquez could not have imagined fans memorizing lyrics that inspire their political passion to be part of an upheaval that would change the face of their nation and they would be the spark reigniting his musical career that was dormant for decades its now gain the septuagenarian renaissance late but not denied ... >>it has taken decades for him to cross over into the consciousness. judie garcia will continue our story tomorrow on the wgn news at 9.. with a bit about chicago's role in rodriguez's musical career - take two. in the meantime, you can find more information and music clips online at wgn-tv dot com.
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hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables in-wash scent boosters here with my favorite new intern, jimmy. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks! unbelievable! unstopables! follow jimmy on downy.com for free samples we did have some clouds that came from southern central illinois ... there was an inch and a half of rain that fell in central illinois from those storms they have drifted off affecting parts of eastern kentucky right now the time lapse shows you these gray skies and in time the clouds
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dissipating we now have beautiful blue skies over the downtown area the temperature at the moment very mild as we look to the west temperatures will probably warm-up to the mid-70s there's plenty of hot air down state ... the cool air is amassing it will be a few days before we feel it from coming from canada ... across the area many are enjoying reasonably mild temperatures we expect temperatures in the southern sections will not rise very much from the current levels the cooler air is drifting eastward the warm air is trying to enter chicago but the colder air doesn't let go and about seven days we could get back up to the upper seventies across the area
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... we have an outside chance of an 80 degree temperature and about a week's time ... we don't expect any strong wind in the area today but generally wind speed will be running 5-14 mi. per hour ... it's very dry out there we are to expect must moremuch more moisture ... we'd pollen and mold are in the high category is everything else is low in terms of allergens ... there's still some rain falling to the south of chicago ... record low temperatures overnighter being recorded to the east ... the forecast model
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shows read developingsummary-developing storms ... not many watchers are warnings are in effect here we have an air quality alert for parts of the pacific northwest the problem is smoke from wildfires in washington state ... generally we will see some clouds and overcast skies to the south of chicago ... tonight early clouds the skies should clear temperatures will be 48-55 by morning wednesday mostly sunny mostly cloudy to the south of chicago temperatures will be 65-72 degrees thursday mx of
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clouds and sign the temperatures will be comfortable between 68 and 73 degrees we have very nice weather ... lake water temperatures are in the mid-60s that will have a minor impact on the air temperatures at the lakeshore ... it or to be a dry week across the area time now for today's trivia question: in the united states? a. yellowstone b. yosemite c. grand canyon the answer is ahead in this hour of the wgn midday news. for months, i had this deep pain all over my body. it just wouldn't go away. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief from fibromyalgia pain. and for some people, it can work in as early as the first week of treatment.
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so now i can plan my days and accomplish more. lyrica is not for everyone. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior, or any swelling or affected breathing or skin or changes in eyesight, including blurry vision or muscle pain with fever or tired feeling. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. with less pain i'm feeling better now that i've found lyrica. ask your doctor if lyrica is right for your fibromyalgia pain.
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good afternoon. here are the winning picked three numbers ... 2-3-9 are your winning picked three numbers power-ball is $200 million ...
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here are the winning pick four numbers: 1 5 8 2 time for sports: adam dunn struck out in his first 2 at-bats last night so he watched video during the game to make adjustments... and it appeared to work. the white sox started a 3-game
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series with the indians. the sox trailed 3-1 in the sixth, when dunn hit a solo home run to dead center, for his 40th of the year. same score with two outs in the eighth... and dunn hit a three- run homer to give the sox the lead... his 41st of the year. sox hold on to win 5-4 and maintain their 1-game lead. they play again this afternoon while the cubs travel to colorado tonight. a controversial call by the replacement referees decided the outcome of "monday night football." the packers were in seattle, and the seahawks needed a touchdown as time expired... russell wilson threw a hail mary to the endzone, and one referee ruled a touchdown while the other called for a stoppage of the clock. replays show seattle's golden tate shoved a defender, and green bay's m-d jennings intercepted it before tate wrestled it away. after review, the touchdown ruling was upheld and the packers lost 14- 12. green bay is now 1 and 2 but all of the attention was on the officiating. that's it for sports.
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i'm not getting into it about these officials ... >>it was one of the weirdest games i have never been involved down ... >>you hate to have the wrong team win a ballgame because of officiating in not having the bashedbest officials that there is it is a travesty
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included two 15-minute visits with a doctor.. followed two weeks later by five-minute phone calls with a nurse. adults in this type of program reduced their alcohol intake by about three and a half drinks per week on average.. with the changes lasting at least six to 12 months. fewer young adults in america are abusing prescription drugs. the latest report by the substance abuse and mental health services agency shows prescription drug abuse dropped by 14 percent last year among people aged 18 to 25. about two -point -three million children and adults nationwide abused prescription drugs for the first time last year. that translates to about 64 hundred new abusers each day of drugs ranging from pain relievers and tranquilizers, to stimulants and sedatives. this summer's drought means the fall colors won't be as vibrant. the lack of water has left trees stressed, making them change colors four to five weeks pre-maturely. wilted or spotty leaves are signs a tree went dormant in an effort to conserve its resources, and protect itself.
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i grew up in charleston south carolina southern food does not have to be deep-fried nor does it have to be heavy or unhealthy ... we begin with some homemade butter ... old base pricebay spice onion fennel sausage and corn.... we finish with natcve clams and shrimp and hommeade srinmp stock.... everything must be
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great ingredients try to get our seafood from south carolina ... we give this a quick stir literally you close the pot and four get for just a few minutes till it boils ... we serve some grilled bread make our sausage and bread in house the sausage is smoked ... here we have the finished product we serve it in the pawns in the restaurant at the table side the shrimps cooked through quickly of the corn is cooked to
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tender and the clams open quickly ... the sausages already cooked ... we serve this in a nice cast-iron pot family style at the table ... we have small placement for sharing and we do some family style plates this serves two or three people ... if you are hungry sometimes one person can handle it the minute is broken into a traditional and reed engineeredre-imagined... we do variations on traditional low country speciality isties
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we do have fried chicken and everyone seems to love this >>it must be rewarding to use your creativity on tradition of fairnal fare.... chef mark steuer, thanks so much for joining us. you can check out this yummy dish and more at carriage house restaurant, located at: 1700 west division... go to: carriage house chicago.com for more information... or for today's recipe, or to watch the segment again, log on to: wgntv.com/midday.
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time now for the answer to today's trivia question. we asked: what is the oldest national park in the united states? a. yellowstone b. yosemite c. grand canyon yellowstone it was the first of the national parks, established on march 1 1872. the current temperature is now above 70 degrees fact it's a wonderful day out there it will get warmer ... we are past the autumnal equinoxes by the way ... generally this will not be a
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cloudy day the seven day forecast: there is a cold front that will push through the areas tonight but it is fairly weak temperature it will be slightly cooler it should beat a dry week with lots of sunshine there may be some cloud cover from time to time but the temperatures are the better story ... it's a good outdoors week we will see interesting weather changes later next week more heat plus another cool down... thanks for joining us today. we hope you have a great afternoon. remember we are back at 5:00 this evening and again at 9:00.